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Links You’ll Love

Here’s a lovely article about gratitude and how expressing it can benefit your students. Better grades, even!

Doing research is easy, right? Um . . . not so much. This interactive diagram is a great way to have your students approach research. There are links to planning your project, where to search other than online, how to take notes and use information, and creative ways to share what you’ve learned.

If you want a free and easy way to create online flashcards, or an online Jeopardy game, you might want to give Flippity a try. You should also read this post at on how to create your own Jeopardy-style game.

Here’s an interesting read on how we should be changing our teaching practice to teach the “Google generation.”

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December 4, 2014 - Posted by | Links You'll Love |

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